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these were some of oprah's favorite things adds value to the price. this steamer trunk which immigrants use coming to america is now bidding at close to $1,000 simply because oprah stored her sweaters inside. this is from the 1940s and changes into a captain's desk. some items are expected to fetch up to $50,000. a louis xvi desk. >> this is another item i had to twist her arm to get her to part with. she loved this particular piece of furniture. >> this chest. tell me about it. >> 18th century louis the xvi. >> how much do you think lit bring? >> $8,000. >> i think i should keep that. i think i should keep it. >> nobody can bid on this. this is oprah's. >> i think i should have this. i'm going to put this away. when am i going to look like this again? don't even try to buy it. >> no. >> that's right. that's out. >> reporter: oprah wants everybody to know everybody can bid online. the proceeds will go to her girls, the program she started in 2007. >> when you come to see me a year from now, i'm going to have a house that feels like pajamas. >> i like that. i'm waiting
these are some of oprah's favorite things adds value to the price this. steamer trunk which immigrants use coming to america is now close to $1,000 simply because oprah stored her sweaters inside. oprah loves boxes collecting them from all over the world. this one from london dates back to the 1840s and converts into a chef's captain's desk. it was housed at her montecito estate. some items are expected to catch up to $50,000. the desk which stedman graham used to write. auctioneer tells me the louis xvi will be the most expensive sale. >> this is another item i had to twist her arm to get her to part with this. she loved this particular piece of furniture. >> this chest. tell me about it. >> 18th century french louis xvi but signed boudan. >> every house needs a 14 foot tall oprah "vogue" cover. >> i think we should keep that. >> nobody bid on this. >> i think i should have this. that's right. lets put this away. when am i going to look like this again. don't even try to buy it. that's out. >> oprah wants everybody to know they can bid online. the proceeds benefit her
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